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Dong Ngoc Ha, a first year biological science student at the Hanoi University of Science (Vietnam National University), has been named among the Top 50 Finalists for the Global Student Prize 2021.
After graduating from Wellesley College majoring in biochemistry, Trinh Mai Chi, with impressive research achievements, has won a full scholarship to study at Johns Hopkins, the world’s leading medical university.
Many students in the 12th Physics Majoring Class of the Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted have won numerous medals at competitions, as well as scholarships to study at leading schools in the US, UK, Singapore and Canada.
Nguyen Thien Tu Vinh failed the university entrance exams twice and was rejected by nearly 200 companies before becoming a specialist in the New Zealand government. The secret of her success is that she never gave up.
On his first day of elementary school back in 2009, Dinh Vu Tung Lam was sent home after biting a friend on the ear.
Earning a doctorate at the age of 27, and now a postdoc at Washington Bothell University, Huynh Thi Thanh Tra is one of only a few former students at the HCMC University of Education who has gone far in physics teaching methodology.
The Ministry of Education and Training on July 24 annouced Vietnamese students’ excellent performances at international Olympiads.
All six members of Vietnam joining the 62nd International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) 2021 brought home medals, including one gold, two silvers and three bronzes, finishing 14th out of 107 participating countries and territories.
Tran Duong Chinh, a 12th grader majoring in physics of the Hung Vuong High School for the Gifted, has become the first student from Phu Tho province to win a gold medal at the European Physics Olympiad (EuPhO).
“I chose to stay in the UK, not because I can find a good job here, but I believe that I still need more time to accumulate experience and money before I return to Vietnam and do something bigger,” said Trinh Quang Vu.
All four Vietnamese students participating in the International Olympiad in Informatics 2021 brought home silver medals, according to the Ministry of Education and Training’s Quality Management Department.
Tran Kha Vy, 23, has had quite an experience studying abroad at Minerva Schools at KGI (USA), which has an acceptance rate of only 1.8%.
Nguyen Thuy Dan won a scholarship from Columbia University in the US to pursue a doctorate in East Asian languages and cultures, with research on the formation and development of Vietnamese thoughts in medieval and modern times.
A scientific article on Truong Thi Thuy Trang's project on a new material made from rice husks, an agricultural by-product, that removes antibiotics in wastewater has been published in an ISI-Q1 international scientific journal.
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Getting out of a rut and choosing to follow his own way, Dinh Tien Dat wants to help next-generation students to pursue their own path.
Ha DieuTrang is an alumna of Worcester Academy in the US. She was an English major at the Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted, but chose to study IT in university because she wanted to challenge herself in a field which was not her forte.
Entering the second year of the pandemic, teachers and students across Vietnam are prepared to switch to online learning if necessary.